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    Default Differences between the sight right system and traditional sighting?

    Could someone point to any in depth explanation online of the differences between the sight right method of alignment and the more traditional kind of method of alignment or any other sighting styles come to think of it that may not be mentioned as much as the above?

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    I don't think anyone can. Hence why there is a fee to find out...

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    It's not just a gimmick, it's the only way you'll ever know where to stand to actually sight the shot correctly pre shot and on the shot, all other co

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    Have you tried it Frazz? Does it work for you? Sounds interesting, especially if the likes of ROS can find value in it - a muppet like me would probab

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    Yeah I tried it for about a year, I struggled with it tho and haven't done it for a while, it's very hard, I think doing it u gotta do it constant esp

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    Not really for me as I just wish to enjoy the game and not endure hours of pain in the process.

    Out of interest, how much does Feeney cha

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    I didn't go to Feeney mate so couldn't help u there. If your only wanting to enjoy it and have a game don't go near sightright, it'll just waste your

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    Sound adice...it sounds painful until engrained so not for me, but great to watch some who are able to change their technique successfully.
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